New business: Gill Land Co.
Thursday, January 23, 2020
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Kristen Gill brings 20 years of experience to her new business, Gill Land Company, which specializes in bringing ag real estate buyers and sellers together. Licensed in South Dakota and anticipating her North Dakota license, she will headquarter at the Gill Red Angus Ranch northeast of Timber... + continue reading
Tiger boys working on 1st win, JV team looking good

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Dupree senior Cliff Birkeland ties up with a Harding County player while Max Peacock (41) and Isaac Brown (3) close in during their game Jan. 14.

Thursday, January 23, 2020
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The Dupree boys basketball team is still working on a win, as they hosted Lemmon and Harding County in recent varsity action. A Jan. 14 matchup saw the HC Ranchers win 77-32 in the varsity game. The junior varsity game was won by the Tigers 42-37 and Dupree also won the junior high game 41-20... + continue reading
Panthers cruise past Bison for sixth win of season

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Hank Kraft shoots a jumper during varsity action earlier this season.

Thursday, January 23, 2020
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Thirteen different players scored for Timber Lake as the Panthers cruised past the winless Bison Cardinals 64-14 in boys basketball action Monday night. The win lifts Timber Lake to 6-2 on the season while Bison fell to 0-6. The Panthers played host to Sully Buttes in the boys home opener on... + continue reading
Panthers hand Faith first loss of season

Timber Lake senior Matt Jewett scored 16 points to lead Timber Lake over Faith in boys varsity basketball action.

Thursday, January 16, 2020
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The Timber Lake Panthers improved to 5-2 on the season last week, earning a key Little Moreau Conference victory over the previously-unbeaten Faith Longhorns before hammering Hot Springs at the Kadoka Boys Basketball Classic on Saturday. The Panthers will face the 6-3 Gregory Gorillas in a 4 p.m... + continue reading
Longhorns edge Panther girls

Timber Lake girls basketball players (L-R) Shay Kraft, Gracie Sandquist, Maci Maher, Carlie Lawrence and Macey Bollinger conference on the court during recent action.

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Thursday, January 16, 2020
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Faith took a four point lead into the fourth quarter and managed to hold off Timber Lake down the stretch to claim a 65-60 Little Moreau Conference girls basketball victory Tuesday, Jan. 7. The loss dropped the Lady Panthers to 2-2 on the season. They travel to New Underwood on Friday and will... + continue reading

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The Timber Lake School Board, meeting on Jan. 15, approved a contract with Amy Sandquist of McLaughlin for the Native American Education Coordinator/Teacher position. Sandquist, who previously taught kindergarten at TLS and has contracted to do early... + continue reading
01/23/2020
For most of us, the 2020 Census will start next month, but U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham was in Alaska this week to kick off the official count in Toksook Bay, one of approximately 220 Alaska Native villages in remote Alaska. Following a four-... + continue reading

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Maher, Mareska place 2nd in Mobridge ice fishing event

Brent Mareska (LEFT) and Chuck Maher (MIDDLE) receive the second place prize of $550 cash from Mobridge Ice Fishing Tournament Committee member Brent Kemnitz.

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The 19th annual Mobridge Chamber of Commerce ice fishing tournament was held Saturday, as fishermen from near and far covered Lake Oahe’s ice. Chuck Maher and Brent Mareska of Timber Lake placed second out of 550 teams with their six qualifying fish giving them a total weight of 15.52 lbs... + continue reading
Four Cheyenne River girls compete for Snow Queen

Four young women represented their schools and communities, and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, at the annual South Dakota Snow Queen Pageant in Aberdeen last weekend. L-R are Ki’Tu LeBeau,TyRel Thompson, Tiana Kohlus, and Alscessa Elsey.

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Submitted by Warren LeBeau The Annual Snow Queen Festival was held from January 9-11 marking the 74th time this event has been held in Aberdeen. The winner of this year’s pageant was Chesney Olson from Langford. Four Witansna un can (young Lakota maidens) with ties to the Cheyenne River... + continue reading
State Veteran Service Officer to speak in Isabel January 15

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, State Veteran Service Officer to speak in Isabel January 15

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, State Veteran Service Officer to speak in Isabel January 15

Courtney VanZanten

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South Dakota American Legion State Veteran Service Officer Courtney VanZanten and other state American Legion officials will be on hand at a veteran’s informational meeting Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 6 p.m. MT in the Isabel Senior Citizens Center. The meeting is open to veterans as well as their... + continue reading

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Tiger boys working on 1st win, JV team looking good

Photo by Beau Garreau

Dupree senior Cliff Birkeland ties up with a Harding County player while Max Peacock (41) and Isaac Brown (3) close in during their game Jan. 14.

, Tiger boys working on 1st win, JV team looking good

Dupree eighth grader Klayte McLellan prepares to launch a 3-point shot during the Tiger JV win over the Lemmon Cowboys.

Photo by Patty Peacock

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The Dupree boys basketball team is still working on a win, as they hosted Lemmon and Harding County in recent varsity action. A Jan. 14 matchup saw the HC Ranchers win 77-32 in the varsity game.... + continue reading
Panthers cruise past Bison for sixth win of season

Photo by Robert Slocum

Hank Kraft shoots a jumper during varsity action earlier this season.

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LMC tourney pairings set, finals are Saturday

Timber Lake’s Halle Kraft and the Panthers will play Bison in the first round.

, LMC tourney pairings set, finals are Saturday

Dupree’s Kennedy McLellan and the Tigers will play Harding Co. in the first round.

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I grew up with a Dad who dreamed of all four of his kids being able to stay on the family ranch if they wanted to. My vision for South Dakota is the same. We must ensure that every South Dakotan can... + continue reading